Welcome back to our Trim the Tree Party!!
I love handmade Christmas ornaments and think that they add such a special touch to the tree and other holiday decor. This week, I have invited some of my favorite blogging friends to join me in sharing one of their favorite handmade ornaments. At the end of the week we will have a special giveaway for you that you don’t want to miss, so don’t forget to check back! There will be three new ornaments each day, so you should have a beautifully decorated tree by the end of the week! 😉
Good morning, Clean and Scentsible readers! My name is Sarah and I blog over at Bombshell Bling. I am so excited to be here this morning, because Jenn is one of my favorite blogging buddies! Isn’t she the best?
So today I am going to share my blingy little wreath Christmas ornament tutorial. I was mulling over what to make and, naturally, all I could think of what glittering gold. I am, after all, the blogger behind Bombshell BLING. 🙂
If you are interested in learning how to make these gold wreath Christmas ornaments for yourself then read on, because it was extremely simple to make. Here are the supplies that you will need: a shower curtain ring, gold glitter tape from American Crafts, a sequined flower from Fleuriste Craft Supplies, some gold twine or thread of some sort, and a hot glue gun.
Begin by wrapping the shower curtain ring in the gold glitter tape. It will look bad around the hook part of the shower curtain ring. That’s ok, because it will be covered. (If the tape isn’t sticking great in any spots just use a dot of hot glue to fix it in place.)
Now hot glue the flower to the ring, covering the attachment part.
Cut a length of twine or thread and tie it in a loop. Attach it around the shower ring with a slipknot, and use hot glue to attach it in place so that the end of the threads by the knot are behind the flower.
Now go hang up your blingy creation!
If you like this ornament then you should check out some of my other projects, including another ornament made from a shower curtain ring. Have a blingy day! 🙂
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